Connected to Chicago

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Sunday, November 29, 2015 6:00 pm EST

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WLS-FM

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Rita Altman, Senior Vice President of Memory Care and Program Services with Sunrise Senior Living. – Jennifer Keiper Reports for Connected to Chicago and how to make sure Alzheimer's patients feel included in holiday festivities and make it a smooth experience for all.  This can be a difficult this time of year for patients since there is such a heavy focus on past events, requiring memory skills.  Rita Altman, with Sunrise Senior Living also talks about Alzheimer's research and the signs to look for, if you suspect a friend or relative may have the disease. Click here to listen to the full audio clip.

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